I'm a Golf Ball Diver

Every day a high percentage of golf balls are hooked, shanked and sliced into the water hazards of golf courses throughout the country. Most of the balls from errant shots are never recovered by the golfer who hit them, leaving behind large quantities of high quality, reusable balls. Forest Rothchild is one of those professionals diving into the water as the lead diver and in charge of field operations for WaterDog Golf LLC. He explains to Tim Muma how he got into the businesses, what he does exactly, and he talks about some of the specific aspects of this non-traditional, but clearly necessary, job.

Podcast Series: You Do What?
You Do What? is a fun show about odd jobs and how people got into them. We bring in pet detectives, astronomers, and more and discover the when, where, and why about their professions.